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Arizona Physical Therapy License Restoration

License Applications

Three years or less

An applicant whose Arizona license or certificate is administratively suspended for three (3) consecutive years or less after the date of renewal of the license or certificate may apply for reinstatement of the license or certificate by submitting the application in R4-24-208 and the reinstatement fee and renewal fee.

More than three years

An applicant whose Arizona license or certificate is administratively suspended for more than three (3) consecutive years after the date of renewal of the license or certificate may apply for reinstatement of the license or certificate by submitting the reinstatement fee and renewal fee, and:

    • For an applicant educated in the United States requesting reinstatement of a license, the application in R4-24- 201(A) and (B);
    • For a foreign-educated applicant requesting reinstatement of a license, the application in R4-24-203; or
    • For an applicant requesting reinstatement of a certificate, the application in R4-24-207(A) and (B).

If an applicant submits an application the Board shall require the applicant to demonstrate competency by doing one or more of the following:

  • Practice physical therapy or work as a physical therapist assistant under an interim permit that allows the applicant to participate in a supervised clinical practice,
  • Complete one or more courses relevant to the practice of physical therapy or the work of a physical therapist assistant,
  • Complete continuing competence requirements for the period of time of the lapsed license, or
  • Take and pass a jurisprudence examination or national examination.

References

A.A.C. R4-24-202



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